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Post Info TOPIC: Custard Apple / Sour Sop.


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Custard Apple / Sour Sop.


To see the difference between the two, Google    Annona Atemoya ----- Custard Apple.
Then Google    Annona Muricata ------- Sour Sop.

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xina.



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Thanks Xina.  I Googled both names. Now I know what to look out for.  How else do you use them?

Ma

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Another way to see the differences [or similarities] is to click on Images and type in the common names.
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xina.

-- Edited by xina on Monday 13th of July 2009 08:08:59 PM

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Hi again Ma,
I Google everything.   If you Google Custard Apple Recipes, and Soursop Recipes, you'll get quite a lot of recipes for using both fruit.

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xina.

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Hi Xina,
I was wondering more what you yourself use them for.

I have had a look at the recipes on one of the Google sites that I got up.

Thanks

Ma

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Do very little cooking now I'm on my own I'm afraid. I've just about forgotten how.
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According to Wikipaedia:

Annona muricata is a member of the family of Custard apple trees called Annonaceae and a species of the genus Annona known mostly for its edible fruits Anona. Annona muricata produces fruits that are usually called Soursop due to its slightly acidic taste when ripe. A. muricata trees grew natively in the Caribbean and Central America but are now widely cultivated and in some areas, escaping and living on their own in tropical climates throughout the world.

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